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Pacific Voices Symposium highlights research

Friday, 9 October 2015

The Pacific Voices Symposium is an annual event highlighting research by Pacific postgraduate students, and by other students on Pacific topics. This year two students from the School of Pharmacy showcased their work to a wide audience, in a session chaired by Professor Pauline Norris. Vanda Symon, supervised by Associate Professor Natalie Medlicott and Dr Sue Heydon, is in the final year of her PhD and presented on “Before CSI: Making the case for a novel portrayal of forensic science”. Sujita Narayan, supervised by Dr Prasad Nishtala and Dr June Tordoff, is in the 2nd year of her PhD and presented her research entitled “Pharmacoepidemiological approaches examining preventive medicines and multimorbidity in older people”.

Pacific Voices symposium 2015_webLPhoto: Tofilau Nina Kirifi-Alai (left), and Professor Pauline Norris (right) and the presenters of the Health session at Pacific Voices 2015: Jesse Kokaua, Vanda Symon, Langi Vehikite and Sujita Narayan